Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • London

Description

** This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Project Architect that considers themselves a ‘Technically strong project runner’, to join a highly reputable name in the London residential market. Within this employed owned practice and team of 36, you will have the chance to work on a number of high-end residential/ hospitality projects in Prime London areas and internationally.**

With over 15 years’ experience on a wide range of projects across the UK and overseas, my client has built a reputation for producing exciting, contemporary architecture and interiors. Their portfolio includes bespoke housing, high spec penthouses, high-end hotels and small residential schemes. A range of mixed use and non-residential projects also showcase their versatility.

With collaborations with some of the most reputable practices in the UK, including Stanton Williams, Gensler and DSDHA, my client delivers an outstanding service and produces work of a high standard of quality.

Role & Responsibilities


- Work on a variety of residential / hospitality projects, valued £1 million - £50 million
- Run a project through all RIBA stages from concept to completion
- Prepare and develop drawings, models and images and other documents related to design
- Produce detailed technical construction information on the project
- Work within a small project team
- Use Revit / AutoCAD on a daily basis
- Supervise more junior team members
- Report to Directors on project progress. Required Skills & Experience


- Qualified as a Part III Architect, with a minimum of 5 year’s professional working experience in a UK practice
- Experience working on bespoke high-end properties, mews houses, apartments / hospitality / heritage projects is vital for this appointment
- Excellent graphic skills and 3D design ability - using InDesign, Photoshop and Sketch Up
- Confident working through detailed design, technical design and delivery stages of projects
- Able to demonstrate work that is all yours in a well-presented portfolio
- Technically minded and a good eye for detail
- Ideally you will have worked in a small to medium sized practice specialising in bespoke projects
- Care and attention to detail involved in delivering the scheme or work packages
- Experience working through all RIBA stages of a small, beautifully crafted project
- A proficient user of Revit and/or AutoCAD, worked on live projects within the UK
- Be presentable and confident with both client and contractor facing responsibilities
- Excellent English, both written and verbal + eligible to work in the UK. What you get back


- £42,000 - £48,000
- Pension scheme - 3% contribution from company
- Life assurance of 4 times salary
- Permanent health insurance for long term sickness
- Profit share bonus payment as an Employee owned practice
- 20 days’ annual leave rising to 25 days with service in addition to UK public and bank holidays
- Discretionary 3 days’ paid holiday in addition to basic entitlement to cover Christmas closure
- Core office hours policy (10:00 – 4:30) providing flexibility at either end of the day
- Green bike scheme, free eye tests and annual flu vaccinations
- Confidential Employee Assistance Programme
- RIBA membership fees paid for all qualified staff
- Comprehensive programme of in-house CPD seminars and 1 day’s personal CPD provision per year
- Financial support for course fees and additional study leave for professional exams
- Regular creative review sessions and classes such as Drawing Gym
- Company membership of the NLA with free access to events
- Annual office trip, e.g. Madrid, Porto, Rotterdam, Copenhagen
- Social and sports e.g. netball, softball, running, social evenings, drinks out etc
- Kitchen, showers and secure, covered cycle storage facilities.

  • access
  • autocad
  • revit
  • sports
  • storage